Definition of Saracatunga
Saracatunga is the name given to a daring and sensual dance that is performed by men. In general, the people who perform these choreographies are overweight.
In the saracatunga dance, the men appear wearing clothes that , despite being masculine, are very light and crude . These dancers also use makeup to make their performance more grotesque and sensual.
The term is of Latin American origin, specifically from the country of Argentina and its use has not yet spread to other regions, nor has it been accepted by the authorities of the Spanish language.
Saracatunga and its sexual content
Saracatunga can also refer to the sexual act with obese people. This sexual inclination or attraction is more common than it might seem in the world.
In technical terms the saracatunga is called fat fetishism, that is to say, “fat fetish. Another word used to give the same idea is “feeding” which is the sexual arousal towards fat.
Other uses of saracatunga
The word saracatunga is used in Argentina in some songs, even for children. The lyrics of these songs do not have a clear meaning, rather they seek to make an onomatopoeia of a rhythmic dance.
Among the young saracatunga it can refer to a past party in tone. These types of parties are characterized by dancing with sexual content. In the middle of these types of parties, people with obesity can become the protagonists.